Ferrari has taken advantage of the celebration of Finali Mondiali to present there not a few novelties of its range of vehicles, competition, upcoming events, etc. But the big surprise has been to discover in Daytona a unique new Ferrari designed by and for a very special customer through the Special Projects department of the Tailor Made division. Let’s welcome the Ferrari SP 275 RW Competizione.
Although Ferrari is currently celebrating its 70th birthday in style with the manufacture of no less than 350 unique cars, there are customers who are looking for much more than a customization of their car, and for them Ferrari has at their disposal a whole team of engineers and designers ready to make your dreams come true … if your pocket allows it.
The latest Ferrari to join the club of unique cars is the Ferrari SP 275 RW Competizione – stay with its name – a sports car created from the technical basis of a Ferrari F12tdf, so we find a powertrain that makes its heart a 6.3 V12 naturally aspirated 780 hp engine, with dual-clutch transmission with 7 relations and traction on the hindquarters.
Its presentation was made to the public at the mythical Daytona circuit, where it has been exhibited along with several other jewels of the Ferrari world such as the Ferrari F60 América and the Ferrari P540 Superfast Aperta. In fact, we can see some evolution in the designs of both models to be reflected in the body of this Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione.
The details regarding both the owner and the final price of this latest unique Ferrari are a mystery. The images captured of the SP 275 RW Competizione have triggered rumors about a special order carried out by the American Dr. Rick Workman, who would have asked Ferrari to manufacture a unique model inspired by the coveted 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB / C owned by Preston Henn. If we take into account that the latest creations developed under Ferrari’s Special Projects program such as the Ferrari F60 América or F12 TRS have comfortably exceeded 2 million euros, it would not be surprising if we are facing an order that exceeds even the price of a LaFerrari Aperta whose 350 units make it much less “special”.
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